Day 194..

Piet Mondrian was a Dutch artist. He often used primary colors divided by black lines. Try it yourself. Just fill in the shapes above with the labeled colors, leaving the unlabeled shapes blank.


Here is an image of an original Piet Mondrian painting. Instead of labeling each square for you, we thought we’d let you have the creative freedom to fill in each box the way you like, using whatever color combination you like. Try drawing your own boxes or use the printable provided below.


Day 169..

Using colored pencils, lightly fill in these circles. Use the labels to know what color to use for each circle. Notice the different colors that appear in the overlapping sections.



Day 153..

Give these colors the best descriptive name you can think of. Try not to use the actual name in your description. For example, violet could be called “juicy grape.” Think hard!



Day 22..

Look around you. Find three things that are red and list them here.


Red. Such a beautiful color. I think I will list mine and even try to draw them with red color pencil as well.